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Configure Desktop Multiplier? Any Exp? Help PLS.

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November 6, 2011 7:40:19 AM

My Specs
E-View ATX Casing Happy 16H
E-View ATX 480W PSU
Intel C2D E4500 2.2GHz @ 2.6GHz *Overclock*
P5GC-MX MoBo.
3GB 667MHz KINGSTON RAM.
Gigabyte Nvidia Geforce 210 1GB
[Core: 625MHz Shader: 1452MHz Memory: 835MHz] *Overclock*
Windows XP SP3.
DirectX 9.0c

Others:
2 Tinytech 80mm CPU Case Fan At The Back Panel To Exhaust Hot Air.
1 USB Fan At Front Of The Case To Blow Cold Air Inside.
Motherboard Bios Version 0203 AMI(American Megatrends)

Need Help On Configure 1 PC 2 Screen(1 20" LCD Monitor,1 32" Aquos HDTV)1 Set Of Keyboard and mouse,Additional Mouse,Had an USB Hub(4 in 1).
How to configure desktop multiplier? Freeware of desktop multiplier? Im still new to this.
Any Help Or Useful Info Kindly Appreciated.Thanks.
November 13, 2011 10:56:05 PM

What is your CPU and MB base speed without multiplier ? What kind of CPU cooler do you have and what speed can you run stable ? 0.4ghz is not a bad gain if you can keep it stable.
I usually do not overclock, but if I can keep it running, I'd go 150% to 3.3ghz, just to have a decent gamer pc. Your ram could become a bottleneck too at only 667mhz.
November 14, 2011 3:34:10 AM

Cyberat_88 said:
What is your CPU and MB base speed without multiplier ? What kind of CPU cooler do you have and what speed can you run stable ? 0.4ghz is not a bad gain if you can keep it stable.
I usually do not overclock, but if I can keep it running, I'd go 150% to 3.3ghz, just to have a decent gamer pc. Your ram could become a bottleneck too at only 667mhz.

i Cant overclock Anymore than 2.6GHz. Plus,Didnt stress test it. And My Mobo It was Not built to overclock,i just tweak some at My Bios at least can do more It Should be.
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November 27, 2011 2:42:23 AM

So I need to go back and ask why overclock ? If you don't do intensive gaming, go back to stock speeds. Overclocking a non-overclocking system leads to instability and early burnout.
November 29, 2011 2:12:19 PM

Cyberat_88 said:
So I need to go back and ask why overclock ? If you don't do intensive gaming, go back to stock speeds. Overclocking a non-overclocking system leads to instability and early burnout.

I'm A Gamer And Also An Enthusiasts. If I dn overclock,how am i gonna game f1 2010 Or COD mW3?
now it runs really really fine.
January 19, 2012 7:50:53 PM

Get an OC rig then, cpu speeds below 3ghz are not for gaming anymore.
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